Thursday, July 10, 2014

Fracking Earthquakes Move Across State Lines — From Oklahoma To Kansas (Videos)

By N. Morgan


(N.Morgan) The earthquake phenomenon caused by fracking is circulating all over the country at the present time. It is becoming more apparent that fracking could be one of the causes of these odd earthquakes. We are seeing earthquakes where there were no earthquake events previously. The Earth’s plates seem to be shifting at an alarming rate. As in previous discussions, the thought of the New Madrid cannot be left out or forgotten about. As I’ve said many times, I believe if one thing goes off, it could set off a catastrophic chain of events, that could very well cripple this country.


Here’s an example:

4.8M Quake in Southern California

The ongoing earthquake swarm in Oklahoma, consisting of thousands of moderate earthquakes (some reaching up into the 5.0M+ range over the past few years), has spilled across state lines into Kansas.

Now we see that a 3.4M earthquake has struck South central Kansas.

Earthquake kansas fracking july 8 2014: See Link

M3.4 – 16km WNW of Caldwell, Kansas 2014-07-09 02:10:04 UTC
Event Time

2014-07-09 02:10:04 UTC

2014-07-08 21:10:04 UTC-05:00 at epicenter

2014-07-08 21:10:04 UTC-05:00 system time


37.069°N 97.790°W depth=9.9km (6.1mi)

Kansas, not normally prone to seismic activity, can expect to see more of these events, and certainly expect larger earthquakes to come. Over the past 2 years, we’ve seen a large increase in the number of earthquakes occurring at the fracking operations in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, the Dakotas, and New York.  All these aforementioned fracking earthquake locations reside along the edge of the North American Craton.


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